Ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) on Monday commenced the opening of the book of condolences for fallen Representatives Muna Pelham Youngblood and Jay Nagbe Sloh.
Representative Nagbe Sloh died on July 1, at the JFK Memorial Hospital, while Rep. Munah Pelham Youngblood died on June 8, in Accra, Ghana.
Rep. Pelham Youngblood’s corpse was brought into the country on Sunday, July 12, with a huge number of CDC partisans and supporters escorting her remains.
In paying respect to their fallen members and lawmakers, CDC opened a book of condolences and a “women mat of sorrow” to keep the spirit of their lost partisans among them until burials are done.
According to the CDC National Chairman, Mulbah Morlu, the death of their colleagues is heartbroken and sets the path for memories on the positive trajectory the both lost once have endeavored for the party and the Liberian people at large.
KMTV News on Monday visited the headquarters of the ruling establishment and saw the presence of hundreds of women in dominant black mourning the loss of the lawmakers especially Representative Muna Pelham-Youngblood.
The women in their sorrowful mood narrated the “many good things their daughter did and left them unnoticed”.